It's not your grandfather's market anymore, says Ken Kamen, Mercadien Asset Management, sharing his thoughts on what's prompting market volatility.» Read More
RWE’s UK business swung to a loss due to billing problems. RWE’s CFO, Bernhard Günther discusses its corporate earnings.
Fujitsu EVP and head of EMEIA, Duncan Tait explains how Fujitsu is helping lead the digital revolution globally.
Klarna’s CIO, Yuval Samet says the company’s vision is to be “the favorite way to buy”, hopefully in both online and offline retail.
Kirill Filippov, SPB TV CEO and former Russian deputy minister of telecom and mass communications, discusses the media space in emerging markets compared to developed markets.
Jonathan Hill, EU commissioner for financial stability, financial services and capital markets union, explains why having a "bigger, single market" could increase the funding and business opportunity in Europe.
Lenovo’s EMEA president, Eric Cador, says while the PC market is suffering, however the company is confident they can weather the storm.
ADM Investor Services strategist, Marc Ostwald, talks about European Central Bank President, Mario Draghi’s rhetoric when it comes to QE.
European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi explains why a free market depends on appropriate institutions
ECB president, Mario Draghi explains why a fully integrated banking and capital market, along with a higher degree of institutional integration to protect that market is of great importance.
David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies International, explains why he’s not surprised by ECB president Mario Draghi’s speech at the Bank of England Open Forum.
James Pethokoukis, economic policy analyst at American Enterprise Institute, weighs in on the candidates' performance at the fourth Republican GOP debate.
Carlsberg’s CEO, Cees 't Hart says the Asian market is more profitable than Russia, which doesn’t seem to be picking up growth in coming months.
Belgian brewer AB InBev has reached an agreement with SABMiller over the terms of its takeover. Carlsberg’s CEO, Cees 't Hart weighs in on the news.
Andy Haldane, chief economist at Bank of England, explains the Bank of England’s communication towards the U.K. public on interest rates and what may happen if rates rise.
Andy Haldane, chief economist at Bank of England, says the interest rate level of 0.5 percent for the U.K. economy feels appropriate at this current moment in time.
Logitech’s CEO, Bracken Darrell weighs in on whether the “PC is dead”, the rise of startups and how the company consistently creates new products.
Symphony’s CEO, David Gurle says the messaging system has become the “nervous system of financial services,” while discussing the company’s secure messaging program.
Hermes Investment Management CEO, Saker Nusseibeh, says the ECB has to say it is willing to ease more and pump more liquidity, if they want sustainable markets.
CNBC TV18’s managing editor, Shereen Bhan discusses what to expect from India prime minister, Narendra Modi’s visit to the U.K.
Skype’s co-founder and Atomico’s CEO, Niklas Zennström, discusses the current health of European tech and venture capital.